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Mister Monkey

Problem with map editor

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Hello guys !
Sorry if i post on wrong place,im new to this forum.
I got my new copy of win10 x64 few weeks ago, and i have installed MTA because i use MTA editor.. however , editor never started.. When i click on Map Editor , i get small window with text : "Starting local server..." .. and it stays forever.. :(
I searched for answers on google, i tried next things :
1. Reinstall  - i done 5 times at least.
2. Turn off Firewall and antivirus programs.
3. Change install directory of MTA. 
4. Check if MTA folder has unchecked 'Read only' thing - it was read only,i unchecked it but nothing has changed.
5. Install older version - currently running 1.5.0 ,no luck.
6. MTA>server>mods>deathmatch>resources> delete folder: editor_dump  - i never founded that file.

Could you guys give me advice what to do next ? :)

Thanks !

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Guys cmon !! 
Here is my server log... i try to enter cmd but console say :Unknown command or cvar ! Stupid thing.

= Multi Theft Auto: San Andreas v1.5.3
= Server name      : Map Editor Server
= Server IP address: auto
= Server port      : 22010
= Log file         : ..rver/mods/deathmatch/logs/editor_server.log
= Maximum players  : 1
= HTTP port        : 22011
= Voice Chat       : Disabled
= Bandwidth saving : None
[2016-12-03 15:53:42] File 'settings.xml' not present, creating new node.
[2016-12-03 15:53:42] Resource 'acpanel' requests some acl rights. Use the command 'aclrequest list acpanel'
[2016-12-03 15:55:08] Server stopped!
[2016-12-03 15:55:08] Stopping resources...
[2016-12-03 15:55:08] Closing SQLite3 database


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Did you try to start the normal mta server, not the map editor, to see what happens?


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Launch "MTA server.exe" and show us everything that is at the bottom of C:\Program Files (x86)\MTA San Andreas 1.5\server\mods\deathmatch\logs\server.log

The last message should be: "Type 'help' for a list of commands."

You can then enter this command into the server console: start editor

Then open MTA and go to the 'Local' tab in server browser and you should see your local server then join it and it will be as if you had clicked on the map editor button.

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